S3Anywhere 1.7 released

Amazon S3 file manager for Android handsets.
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S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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Changes since 1.5 are:
- WiFi only option added for folder synchronization.
- On-the-clock support added for scheduled synchronization.
- Sync widget added [Pro version only].
- Share from gallery support added.
- Sync schedule support added [Pro version only].
- Sync all menu item added [Pro version only].
- Last sync date added to main screen.
- Recursive folder download minor bug fixed.
- 80% font scale option added.
- Android 3.2 support.
- Mirror local support added for folder synchronization [Pro version only].
- Full sdcard synchronization alert moved into warn for mirror remote.
- Export settings to file added.
- Remote mkdir support added.
- Threading minor bug fixed.
- Android 3.1 support.

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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After the update if I try to download a document I get a NoWEBHTTPEXCEPTION.

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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Could you try again? It may be a temporary server issue.

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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I doubt it'a a server issue. It continues to give the NoHttpResponseException since I upgraded when I try to download a document. Browsing works fine.

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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Could you provide a temporary AWS account to access your bucket? If yes then drop an email to support(at)lysesoft(dot)com

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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Could be an unhandled latency issue?
The problem does not take place if I am using a WiFi connection.

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Re: S3Anywhere 1.7 released

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Maybe, do you have 3G working or just GPRS?

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